Cyber and risk consultancy S-RM launches office in Singapore

28 March 2023 2 min. read

International risk and cyber consultancy S-RM has launched a new office in Singapore, its second in Asia Pacific and eighth worldwide.

Headquartered in London, S-RM helps companies around the world with cybersecurity services – building resilience to threats and responding to cyber-attacks – and with enhancing decision-making related to corporate risk management.

Commenting on the expansion into Singapore, Heyrick Bond Gunning, Chief Executive Officer of S-RM, said: “The opening of the new office demonstrates our commitment to better serving our clients in Singapore and Asia Pacific more widely. We now have in two of the four Asian Tigers, we look forward to driving further growth in the region.”

Cyber and risk consultancy S-RM launches office in Singapore

S-RM already has five team members on the ground in Singapore, and is looking to double this number over the next year, ultimately growing the team to 15 by 2025.

The office is situated in The Great Room in Centennial Tower, in the heart of Singapore’s central business and financial district.

“We are hitting the ground running and are excited for the opportunities and growth that this will bring in the coming years,” said Kath Lau, an Associate Director who heads up the Singapore team.

Lau added that the fresh Singapore office will complement the offerings provided by the existing Hong Kong office, which currently serves as the base for a team of around 20 (led by Morgan Stark). “Teaming up will enable us to deepen existing client relationships in the Asia Pacific region and forge new ones.”

S-RM’s other offices are based in London, Utrecht, Cape Town, Rio de Janeiro, New York, and Washington DC. Across its footprint, the firm has 350+ practitioners.

The news sees Singapore welcome yet another international consulting brand to its shores. Earlier this year, global management consultancy AlixPartners opened for business in Singapore, while Middle East origin Bauer Aviation Advisory picked Singapore for its expansion into Asia Pacific.